Panasonic G85 First Impressions | Best Camera for YouTube (4k / P Mode / Autofocus Tests)

We just got the Panasonic G85 (G80 in Europe) to up our YouTube video making tools. In this video we take it from a spin around the flat, testing it at 4K 30 fps on P Mode with continuous autofocus turned on.

Companion Videos
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Panasonic G85 First Impressions: https://youtu.be/qxFrTZTEoeU
Panasonic G85 Field Test: [COMING SOON]
Panasonic G85 Best Settings for Autofocus: [COMING SOON]

Videos made with the Panasonic G85
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Sooo Sweet: https://youtu.be/FF55cWBkPhw
MacBook Experience: https://youtu.be/s84bGraJ_MU
MacBook Performance: https://youtu.be/dhSxoNL5Bys

Videos made with the Samsung S7
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From London to Positano: https://youtu.be/D_EGqf1MNSM
Medcentres: https://youtu.be/DaOEcwvSU2E
Panasonic G85 Unboxing: https://youtu.be/8nomswfLnzk

Quick reasons why we got the G85
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4k video support at 30 fps - not 60 fps like the GH5, but 3 times cheaper than the GH5 and 200g lighter.
Unlimited recording - doesn’t overheat like Sony cameras.
Articulating screen - very useful for framing the shot.
Microphone jack - to be able to use external microphones to get good quality recordings.
Battery life - 4k non-stop recordings go for 1.5 hours on a single charge, unlike Sony cameras who tend to max out at 30 mins.
Image stabilization - not as good as a gimble, but very very good for hand held shots.
Weather sealed - can film in the rain unlike the G7.

Notes
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G7 is half the price and can do 4k video recording. It just lacks image stabilization, weather sealing and has a slightly narrower kit lens.
Sony a6500 has amazing out of the box autofocus, but note has poor battery lift, overheats and is twice as expensive.
GH5 is a beast that can do 4k 60fps, but note it’s 3 times more expensive and you’ll need a more expensive SD card to record on.
G80 (The European version) limits recording time to 30 minutes per session. G81 and G85 (International versions) don’t limit recording at all.